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GRANGEVILLE — KHS alum Bailey Nygaard was a key player on the court last time the Kamiah varsity beat Grangeville at GHS, which was back in Ja…

COTTONWOOD - Outscoring the Lewiston JV 21-4 during the first quarter, the Prairie basketball girls won their third game this season 59-24 on …

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CLEARWATER VALLEY —This time of year, we hear a lot about supporting local businesses. One that could really use your business right now is Purdy’s Farm Table Restaurant, at 18 Main Street, Kooskia. Someone backed a vehicle through their front window over Thanksgiving. They are hoping repair…

COTTONWOOD — Mystery Night winners of the $10,000 prize this year were William and Lynn Goeckner, of Keuterville. The theme for the night was “1950’s Holiday in Vermont.” They will be able to spend their winnings at any of the sponsors: Bud’s Powersports, Cottonwood Foods, Les Schwab Tire Ce…

RIGGINS — Quote of the week: “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas everywhere you go, but the purdy-est sight to see is the holly that will be on your own front door… It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, soon the bells will start, and the thing that will make them ring is the …

ELK CITY — Elk City is blessed with numerous “unsung” volunteers that freely work hard, quietly and without thanks or recognition, to serve our community in many ways. We all should be very thankful for their heart-felt love for our town-folks and visitors.

GRANGEVILLE — If you listen closely, you may hear the whispers of an animal lover. She quietly and patiently takes on unwanted animals and makes them part of her family.

Opinion

The city council in Grangeville, Idaho, has made a decision to keep Snowhaven, our local ski hill, closed for the 2020-2021 season. I believe that they did not reach this decision lightly, however, I do not believe that this is the best option for our community. While covid-19 is a genuine c…

Ms. Embry [Letter, Nov. 18 issue], and others, kindly keep your guilt trip to yourselves. I would like to read a newspaper without somebody telling me I’m selfish. The China virus is the flu; you will most likely get over it. I might not, I have all the co-morbid factors, but I will not subm…

This morning my daily Seattle Times had an article by Audrey Dutton of the Idaho Statesman: “Idaho hospitals may have to start rationing care next month.” St. Luke’s, Idaho’s largest health care system, is projecting a crisis in December where hospitals may be forced to begin choosing which …

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